Riverton native makes CWC his first stop on September Contemporary Jazz Tour (via County10)

Full Title: Riverton native makes CWC his is first stop on September Contemporary Jazz Concert tour inspired by Wyoming’s Beauty (via County10)

“A Rambling Stretch,” a concert of contemporary jazz music inspired by the beauty of the Cowboy State and its landscape by composer and Wyoming native Tyler Gilmore, will visit eight communities throughout the state Sept. 18-25.

The tour is co-sponsored by Central Wyoming College, UW Fine Arts Outreach and the Wyoming Arts Council.

In the performances, Gilmore explores Wyoming’s landscapes and people with the accompaniment of a 12-piece jazz chamber ensemble.

The origins of Gilmore’s music composition can be traced back to a 2013 trip to Wyoming. Gilmore, a 2000 graduate of Riverton High School, returned to his home town along with renowned photographer Gary Isaacs to film, photograph, and sound record the area.

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